Apple is yet to announce anything about its plans in the smartphone market but following certain developments, speculations are growing about its next move. This time, we got Apple’s movements about its OLED technology which is expected to launch with iPhone 7s within next two of three years.
As per the fresh reports the first Apple device to take the OLED technology on board with being the iPhone 7s. Btu we are yet to get any info about the iPhone 7 itself before we go on to the iPhone 7s. Therefore, you can argue about the possible launch of iPhone 7s, which is expected by some to happen in 2017.
Taking into account the arrival of OLED in 2017 with iPhone 7s, we have too much time to track down Apple’s efforts in acquiring OLED for its iPhone. And luckily from various sources, we have started getting the information which suggests much about the upcoming display tech.
The reports about the 2017 launch of iPhone 7s and with it the possibility of OLED technology was unearthed by Japanese newspaper Nikkei. The event is just a year ahead, and about one to two years before the earlier projected launch of the OLED tech. Therefore, considering these reports from Japanese publication we can expect Apple to release the new display tech sooner than anticipated.
Before these hints, Apple was said to finish with OLED technology in 2018 and iPhone 8 will have this technology. But unlike these reports the analyst Ming-Cho Kuo sees Apple introducing the OLED tech on its iPhone not until 2019.
The OLED panel is going to bring some radical changes on the upcoming iPhone. The upgraded display tech reduces battery consumption on display and also makes it possible for Apple produce even thinner iPhones. Apple is also reputedly striking a deal with LG and Samsung for the final display panels.